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Blue Dungeon Tiles are double-sided, 1” grid, map tiles in old school blue. They work with dry-erase, wet-erase and permanent markers.
962 backers pledged $60,901 to help bring this project to life.

Random Dungeon Generator and another Lagniappe

Posted by Kevin Chenevert (Creator)

Random Dungeon Generator

There is a system neutral random Dungeon Generator at my website that I would like to get some feedback on from those of you who would like to try it out.  It is in alpha version.  Since you will not have a stack of tiles, it employs a dice roll to select a tile design from the BASIC Contact Sheet. Once you have the tiles, you can forgo the dice roll to pick the tile.  Just put all of your tiles grid face up, shuffle them, and pull the top tile. Then you can choose to play the grid or the front face design.  For those of you interested in solo play or even generating a dungeon on the fly with your gaming group, give it a look.  

Here is the URL if the link above does not work

If you have feedback, you can send it to


Finally, to celebrate funding over 200% and quickly approaching Stretch Goal 3, backers from the SAMPLER Level and above will also receive this 4x6 Map Legend Card with their Reward.  Let me know what you think and if there is any symbol that you think should be added. 

For those of you who do your own digital maps, you can download the symbols in vector format on my site here or at the following URL:

Like the Decor images, these are released Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial.  This means you can use and modify them but must give me credit if you use them publicly and that you cannot use them commercially without my permission.


Map Legend
Map Legend
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    1. Derek on

      I have tried downloading the symbols and opening the SVG in Inkscape. Most of them just display as solid back shapes; the Well and Fountain for example, are solid black circles. It *seems* as if there are other layers below, so it might just be a case of changing layer order or perhaps its a styling issue?

    2. Derek on

      Any plans to create software for this? It seems ideally suited adaptation.

    3. Sasaki Chasofito

      I went and gave the generator a try. This is the result.
      The colored circles are monsters. Crowns are bosses and spellcasters. Lots of death ensued!